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179 Possible Causes for Cyanosis (25%)

  • Nitrite Poisoning

    When this level increases to 10%, the skin and lips can take on a bluish tinge (cyanosis), and levels above 25% can cause weakness and a rapid pulse.[]

  • Cyanotic Congenital Heart Disease

    25.[] […] begin at 1-2month); If the defect is large and pulmonary vascular resistance is very high (Eisenmenger’s reaction) – shortness of breath, dyspnea on exertion, chest pain, cyanosis[] The degree of cyanosis depends on the degree of pulmonic outflow obstruction.[]

  • Atrioventricular Septal Defect

    The indications for staged repair were cyanosis and young age. There were 22 SR and 25 PR patients.[]

  • Congenital Lung Cyst

    However, 25% develop cyanosis , pneumothorax , and show signs of increased breathing difficulty ( tachypnoea and intercostal retractions).[]

  • Varicella Pneumonia

    One study amongst military personnel showed that 25% of patients presented with a cough while 10% had tachypnea.[] […] majority of patients present with clinical manifestations such as fever, malaise, dyspnea, tachypnea, dry cough, and occasionally with pleuritic chest pain, hemoptysis, and cyanosis[]

  • Pulmonary Consolidation

    […] food,Vomitus) Inhale of suffocating or irritating gases or vapours(benzene,toluene,benzine) or other toxic substance Symptoms: cough fever dyspnoea hyperaemia of the face cyanosis[] […] of lips respiration accelerates to 25-30 per min respiratory lagging at affected side percussion: lose resonance or completely dull ausculatation : vesiculobronchial or bronchial[]

  • Pulmonary Alveolar Proteinosis

    The findings on physical examination can be unremarkable, but there are inspiratory crackles in 50% of patients, cyanosis in 25% and digital clubbing in a small percentage[] Inspiratory crackles are present in 50%, cyanosis in 25%, and digital clubbing in a smaller percentage.[] […] productive or nonproduvtive) Fatigue Weight loss Low-grade fever Physical Examination The physical examination is often normal. [24] Physical examination may be remarkable for: [25[]

  • Group B Streptococcal Infection

    33% Anorexia 28% Vomiting 25% Cyanosis 24% Apnea 22% Abdominal distension 17% Hypothermia 15% Diarrhea 11% In addition to these signs, the following clinical signs were observed[] A study of clinical signs of sepsis of 455 newborn infants at four medical centers [22-25] showed the following prevalence: Hyperthermia 55% Jaundice 35%, Tespiratory distress[]

  • Methemoglobinemia

    With levels above 25% the following symptoms may be present: Cyanosis unaffected by oxygen administration Blood that is dark or chocolate in color that will not change to[] A 25-year old man was brought to the Emergency Department after accidental consumption of paint thinner.[] With a methemoglobin level of 3-15% skin can turn to a pale gray or blue ( cyanosis ).[]

  • Pulmonary Atresia

    Overall, the modes of presentation in Tet-PA consisted of cyanosis (50%), heart failure (25%) or murmur with mild cyanosis with or without failure to thrive (25%) [5] .[] Newborns present with cyanosis with or without a heart murmur. Such newborns have duct dependent pulmonary circulation.[] The remainder presents later presumably because of high enough pulmonary blood flow which lead to clinically undetectable cyanosis during the early months of life.[]

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